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As depicted in the organizational chart below, the following components carry out OJJDP's activities. The chart reflects OJJDP's new structure following the Office's October 2018 reorganization.

OJJDP Organization Chart

Office of the Administrator
The Office of the Administrator (OA) establishes OJJDP's priorities and policies, oversees the management of the Office's divisions, and fosters collaboration with federal, state, tribal, and local agencies and associations that share OJJDP's commitment to preventing and combating juvenile delinquency and victimization.
OA Staff  
Budget Division
The Budget Division oversees the operational activities of OJJDP, including budget and award administration services, human resources, planning and performance measures, contract and procurement support, and administrative support functions.
Budget Staff  
Communications and Coordination Division
The Communications and Coordination Division manages the Office’s communications, training and technical assistance, and grants coordination functions. The division also oversees the activities of the Federal Advisory Committee on Juvenile Justice and the Coordinating Council on Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.
CCD Staff  
Intervention Division
The Intervention Division administers nontraditional programs that are geared toward keeping youth from moving deeper into the court system. The division oversees OJJDP's work in the areas of diversion programming, drug courts, opioid abuse, community supervision, corrections, and reentry, among other programs and initiatives.
Intervention Staff  
State Relations and Assistance Division
The State Relations and Assistance Division administers OJJDP’s Title II Formula Grants program, which helps states and territories prevent and address delinquency and improve their juvenile justice systems.
SRAD Staff  
Special Victims and Violent Offenders Division
The Special Victims and Violent Offenders Division focuses on protecting children from victimization and preventing and responding to youth violence. Key programs address missing and exploited children, Internet crimes against children, child victims of sexual abuse and trafficking, and child advocacy centers, as well as prosecutor training initiatives and efforts to stop gang violence.
SVVO Staff